The next Freethinkers in the pub is Monday July 28.
243 21st Street East, Saskatoon, SK
On the patio out back, unless it’s raining in which case we will be somewhere inside. Call or Text Blaine at 306-260-4468 if you can’t find us.
Each year the Saskatoon Royal Astronomical Society and Circle Park Mall host an astronomy night. As part of Earth Hour the mall turns off its parking lot lights and the RASC members bring out their telescopes for a free public viewing. This year this will take place on March 29. None of the other details are available yet but obviously this will take place starting around sunset.
The U of S Observatory is open to the general public every Saturday of the year. Admission is free. The observatory is located on campus, one block north of the Wiggins Avenue and College Drive entrance. Current events are recorded on the Astronomy Information Line at 966-6429.
In March the observatory is open from 8:30 to 10:30
In April the observatory is open from 9:30 to 11:30
PHIL 398 Philosophy in Education: An Introduction to Philosophy for Children was the pilot course which introduced philosophy for children to U of S undergraduate students and a grade five/six class at Hugh Cairns VC School in the winter term of 2013.
Philosophy for Children (P4C) introduces children to philosophy through thought experiments, reasoning games, and children’s literature. The Department of Philosophy at the University of Saskatchewan aims to advance P4C in the Saskatoon Public School Division through a new experiential learning course, Phil 267 Philosophy in Education: an Introduction to Philosophy for Children. This course brings undergraduate students together with elementary school children in an public school classroom to explore the big questions.
Guest Speaker Erin DeLathouwer, Program Coordinator, Philosophy for Children: a new program at the U of S that brings undergraduate students together with elementary school children in a public school classroom to explore the big questions.